Frog and Onion Pub

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The perfect place for a pint in Bermuda is the Frog and Onion Pub in Sandy’s – an old cooperage and a victuallers which is ideally located for a refreshing break from shopping or sightseeing at the Royal Naval Dockyard. Named so, because it was founded by a Frenchman (the frog) and a Bermudian (the onion), the building is a fascinating and historical place and has been preserved phenomenally well.

The old furnace of the cooperage (an old-style factory where barrels and kegs were made) is the great fireplace and center piece of the pub. The pub’s sheer size include the old victuallers (a word not used much these days which means a source or place of food and other provisions).

The Frog & Onion was opened in 1992 (the cooperage was built in 1853) and has seen massive success and growth to become ‘Bermuda’s most unique pub’ even if that is self-titled. The pub also calls itself a victualler which is fitting as it does supply great food and drink and a great testament to the history of the place.<>

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